Summary: There's absolutely no way to get all 150 stars in this game. No way at all....unless you want to spend 150 hours in trying to get them all. The controls are so haphazard that it's not even funny. Quite a few one-star reviewers mention this fact, and I'm proud to be among them.
Summary: "Hey, we've got a new portable system releasing in the fall of '04, but we don't have time to come up with a new, hot title for it.. What are we gonna do, Mr. Miyamoto? ..."Let's port Mario 64!
Summary: You can tell right from the box art that this game is not exactly what you want. Wario, Luigi, and Yoshi were not in the original game. This is NOT just Super Mario 64 ported to the DS; Nintendo tried to change the game significantly.
Summary: If you were wondering whether it can be used with the 3DS' analog thumb stick, it can... and it's AMAZING!!! After experiencing Goldeneye 007 DS, I went ahead and got Mario 64 DS (HUGE fan of the original version). Everything about this game is perfect.
Summary: This game brings back the fond memories of playing the classic Mario 64, but with more characters than previously. It has the DS graphics, but they are slighty better then the 64 so that is a good thing.
Super Mario 64 DS is one of the best games I have!
Phil Woods Jr "Chris", Amazon
13 November 2010
Summary: Super Mario 64 DS is a very well made game. The game begins with a letter from Princess Peach, inviting Mario to the castle for cake. When he arrives with Wario and Luigi, the castle is quiet.